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CHAPTER 12 The Atomic Nucleus

CHAPTER 12 The Atomic Nucleus

CHAPTER 12 The Atomic Nucleus. 12.1 Discovery of the Neutron 12.2 Nuclear Properties 12.3 The Deuteron 12.4 Nuclear Forces 12.5 Nuclear Stability 12.6 Radioactive Decay 12.7 Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Decay 12.8 Radioactive Nuclides.

By saxon
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TOPIC 3 PERIODICITY

TOPIC 3 PERIODICITY

TOPIC 3 PERIODICITY. 3.2 PERIODIC TRENDS. Elements show trends in their physical and chemical properties across periods and down groups. NATURE OF SCIENCE (3.1)

By shaina
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Periodic Properties and the Elements

Periodic Properties and the Elements

Periodic Properties and the Elements. Sections 7.1-7.3. Objectives. Examine the history of the periodic table Identify atomic properties that depend on the attraction between electrons and nuclei Examine periodic trends. Valence orbitals Effective nuclear charge. Bonding atomic radius

By dory
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Lecture 24: VESPR

Lecture 24: VESPR

Lecture 24: VESPR. Reading: Zumdahl 13.13 Outline Concept behind VESPR Molecular geometries. Resonance Structures. We have assumed up to this point that there is one correct Lewis structure. There are systems for which more than one Lewis structure is possible:

By lyneth
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Atomic Structure, Periodicity, and Bonding

Atomic Structure, Periodicity, and Bonding

Atomic Structure, Periodicity, and Bonding. Sizes of Ions. Ionic size depends upon: The nuclear charge. The number of electrons. The orbitals in which electrons reside. Sizes of Ions. Cations are smaller than their parent atoms.

By chezarina
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Shake off

Shake off

Shake off. Shake off. First electron absorbs photon and removes from the nucleus. Shake off. Shake off. Change of the effektiv nuclear charge. Shake off. Second electron is in its eigenstate  Only single ionization occurs. Shake off. Second electron is NOT

By eros
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Periodic Trends/Patterns

Periodic Trends/Patterns

Periodic Trends/Patterns. CH. 2. Nuclear charge atomic size or radius ionization energy electron affinity electronegativity metallic character. Reactivity bonding characteristics crystal configurations acidic properties densities. Periodic Trend. Quantum Mechanical Model.

By toni
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AP Review: Unit 6A

AP Review: Unit 6A

AP Review: Unit 6A. By Harrison Alch and Karen Sittig May 1, 2008. Quantum Mechanics: Constants. c = the speed of light = 2.998*10 8 m/s λ = wavelength (generally in nm) h = Planck’s constant = 6.63*10 -34 J*s E = energy (generally in J) m = mass mass of an electron = 9.11*10-31 kg .

By anise
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III. Periodic Trends

III. Periodic Trends

Ch. 5 - The Periodic Table. III. Periodic Trends. A. Periodic Law. When elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic #, elements with similar properties appear at regular intervals. B. Chemical Reactivity. Families or Groups- vertical

By gabrielle
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CHAPTER 8 Atomic Electron Configurations and Chemical Periodicity

CHAPTER 8 Atomic Electron Configurations and Chemical Periodicity

CHAPTER 8 Atomic Electron Configurations and Chemical Periodicity. Road Map - Lesson 22 Recap of Ch 7 problems Area of Focus : Chapter 8 The Exclusion Principle – introduction of the 4 th q.n. Electron Spin Subshell filling order Atomic electron configuration. Equations.

By eithne
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Metals, Non-Metals, Metalloids, and Inner Transition Metals

Metals, Non-Metals, Metalloids, and Inner Transition Metals

Metals, Non-Metals, Metalloids, and Inner Transition Metals . By Weiyi Li, Trent Davis, Alex Huddleston, and Lisa Thompson. Introduction.

By erik
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Trends of the Periodic Table Class #3

Trends of the Periodic Table Class #3

Trends of the Periodic Table Class #3. Our Investigation Into Net Nuclear Charge Trends Metallic + Non-Metallic Property Trends 1st Ionization Energy Trends.  Take out your periodic tables now.

By kert
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Periodic Trends

Periodic Trends

Periodic Trends. Organization of the Periodic Table. GROUPS. Columns of the periodic table Atoms of elements in the same group have the same # of valence electrons and therefore behave similarly. PERIODS. Rows of the periodic table All elements in a period have

By abena
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Lecture 1 THE ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF THE HYDROGEN ATOM

Lecture 1 THE ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF THE HYDROGEN ATOM

Lecture 1 THE ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE OF THE HYDROGEN ATOM. 1) Theoretical description of the hydrogen atom: Schrödinger equation: H Y = E Y H H is the Hamiltonian operator (kinetic + potential energy of an electron) E – the energy of an electron whose distribution in space is described by

By leyna
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Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear Chemistry. Chapter 28. Radioactivity. One of the pieces of evidence for the fact that atoms are made of smaller particles came from the work of Marie Curie (1876-1934). She discovered radioactivity , the spontaneous disintegration (decay) of some elements into smaller pieces.

By declan
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Hydrogen-like atoms

Hydrogen-like atoms

Hydrogen-like atoms. Roadmap for solution of Hydrogen-like atoms Start from 3D TISE for electron in Coulomb potential of nucleus Separate variables to give 1D radial problem and angular problem Solution of angular part already known in terms of spherical harmonics.

By zahi
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Basic Concepts of Charged Particle Detection: Part 2

Basic Concepts of Charged Particle Detection: Part 2

Basic Concepts of Charged Particle Detection: Part 2. Overview. Lecture 1: Concepts of particle detection: what can we detect? Basic design of particle detectors Energy loss of charged particles in matter: Bethe Bloch formula Lecture 2:

By oakes
(201 views)

Honors Chemistry

Honors Chemistry

Honors Chemistry. Section 6.4 – Metallic Bonding. Metallic Bonding. Chemical bonding is different in metals than it is in ionic, molecular, or covalent-network compounds. The unique characteristics of metallic bonding gives metals their characteristic properties, listed below.

By mandy
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Chapter 5: The Periodic Law

Chapter 5: The Periodic Law

Chapter 5: The Periodic Law. CP Chemistry Mrs. Klingaman. #13) Valence Electrons. Packet pg. 4. Definition : The electrons available to be lost, gained or shared in the formation of chemical compounds The OUTERMOST (highest energy level) electrons in an atom

By mimir
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The Periodic Table and Trends Topics 3.1 - 3.3 and 12.1.1 - 12.1.2

The Periodic Table and Trends Topics 3.1 - 3.3 and 12.1.1 - 12.1.2

The Periodic Table and Trends Topics 3.1 - 3.3 and 12.1.1 - 12.1.2. SONG. Please have a periodic table out. IB prefers this one. Dmitri Mendeleev 8 February 1834 – 2 February 1907. Russian chemist and teacher

By tatum
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